A group of unidentified images of the McCurdy family and friends taken from Album 10 of the photographs and documents compiled by Jack Minor for donor, Gerald Haddon.

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A group of unidentified images of the McCurdy family and friends taken from Album 10 of the photographs and documents compiled by Jack Minor for donor, Gerald Haddon.

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2007-058/004-185

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4 folders containing 192 photographs : b&w ; 14 x 9 cm

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Note: The photographs were received in Album No. 10 and were compiled by Jack Minor. This album did not include descriptions of the images and therefore has not been treated to the item level in this finding aid.There are some images of the McCurdy family, the inspection of the guard in front of Province House in Halifax, and a grave that appears to be in Englishtown, Cape Breton (Giant Angus MacAskill?).

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